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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1903.
A Few &r j& j& Frank Words To Hunters j& Do you Like p Good Shells Of Course You Do. Are we the only peojrte in town that keep good shells? No. There are sev eral places In Phoenix where you can buy first-class shells. But we want to call your attention to the loaded shell we are selling. It is the "Native Sons" In smokeless and the Prairie and Eureka in black powder. The black powder shells, 12 gauge, are 50c per box. The smokeless shells, 12 gauge, are 63c per box. We have customers who say they are as good as they ever used. They are not "special" loaded nor are they "hand" loaded. Nor do we get them in 100,000 lots. But they are first class and the price is right. They are well and uniformly loaded by a ma chine that excels in accuracy any hu man hands. We buy In small quantities and often because it pays us to do so and our stock is fresher.- Our trade on shells is large but we want to increase it. We expect to do this by buying the best shell we can net and selling it at a price compara tively low. Honest goods at an honest price brings business. We rent guns and rifles. We sell puns and ritles and the prices are low. Savage, Winchester and Marlin Rifles to rent or sell. Tents, Camp Stoves, Cots and Camp Stools are one of our many specialties. Everything for th camp at Davidson's. Davidson's Gash Store PHOENIX. A.T. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Lens Talk No. 6. The Prism The prism, unlike all other lenses used for the eye, has no curves ground upon either side, simply two fiat surfaces a: different angles. It is used for correc tion of insufficiencies, or removal of strain upon some of the five ocular muscles which control the action of the eye ball, and has only the quality of seemingly changing the position of an object viewed through it. This is the last of our series of six lens talks, in which we have described all lenses used in eye glasses or spec tacles. My business is the scientific prescrib ing of combinations of these different lenses for the relief of all eye strain. BATH HELPS We have everything required to make the bath healthful and luxurious. Toilet water to stim ulate and refresh. Bath brushes that do for sedentary people what otherwise only physical exercise can do open the pores of the skin and help eliminate waste matter. Sea Salt if you want ocean baths at home. Bath Soaps, both plain and . medicinal. Sponges, all sizes and all prices. Let us furnish you with a com plete bathing outfit. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts. THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. Bafa and speedy stack. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. (W Bargains in Books If you like to read, 'don't fail to see the fine $1.50 books in our window that we are selling for ten days only at $1.00 each. Phoenix Stationery and News Co, 10 and 12 West Washington Street. Solo A.gfents for Standard Patterns. Remember, we are still giving a picture free with each $1.00 purchase. News of the Towi THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure since ilnoe lit oi Month Jan. 1,1902 iu mobmal 90 88 36 - M Maximum temperature, 100; mini mum temperature, 80. Average relative humidity, 34 per cent. Total precipitation Trace. Character of the day Cloudy. WM. G. BURNS, Section Director. CATTLE FOR BENSON. A carload of beef cattle was shipped to Benson last night. JEROME MINING MAN. George O. Ford is In the city, a guest of the Com mercial hotel.' He registers from Pres cott, but for some years has been en gaged In mining enterprises In Cue vi cinity of Jerome. AN APPEALED CASE The case of H. B. Crouch against F. G. Fisher wan filed in the district court yesterday, having been appealed by the defendant, from the judgment of a justice's court. The suit was brought to recover a pas ture bill, and the plaintiff was given Judgment for $27.50. A MISSING BOY Estevan Marron. the fifteen-year-old son of Julio Mar ron, left home last Tuesday morning, and his relatives have not been abln to hear rom him since, though inquiry has been made in all directions. H said he was going away to work, but his father cannot find where he ha gona. MR. CRITTENTON COMING. Mr. Charles N.-Crittenton, the founder of the Crittenton home, will arrive In the city this morning. Services will be held by him In one of the churches to morrow, but the programme of the ser vice has not been arranged yet. A reception will be given him at the home next Tuesday. GUARD DRILL. B comnanv of the regular army of Arizona was drilling up and down Washington street Thurs day night as though it meant business. It was Impossible to learn whether the move was to Intimidate the warlike democrats who flocked on the corners or whether it was just to be in prac tice in case the company was needed to guard the polls today. THE HO NET CROP. A gentleman interested in the production of honey in this valley said yesterday that though the crop is very small in the apiaries south of Tempe, those situated in the Buckeye country did fairly well. Their crop is not up to standard, but they had large mesquite groves In the neigh borhood, which proved a great help to the bees, who were not dependant upon the cultivated fields for their food sup ply. OLLIE REED ARRESTED. Ollie Reed was arrested Thursday night by the police, charged with haunting at unusual hours that disreputable por tion of the city which will be wiped out at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon by fiat of the city marshal, backed up by in structions from the council. Though he was found in the place indicated, he claims it was but an unfortunate chance grab of the officers, and that he will be able to prove that that locality is not his regular habitat. His case was postponed yesterday till Mon day afternoon. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of incorporation of the following com panies were filed In the office of the county recorder yesterday: The Eddy Gold. Silver and Copper Mining com pany; capital stock, $1,000,000; incorpo rators, F. L. Eddy, J. R. Rich and D. A. Donofrio cf Phoenix. North Tono pah Mining company; capital stock, $1,000,000; incorporators, J. G. Ford. A. M. Keen. J. T. Wheeler, C. R. Ford nnd others of California. Lincoln Oil company; capital stock. $500,000; incor porators, William -A. Fieasely. A. L. Reed, L. L. Tyler and others of Indi ana. A DAY OF INTENSE SUFFERING. Mr. Davies, who resides at 637 North Sixth avenue, will no doubt remember yesterday and its incidents to the end of his days. He was riding horseback yesterday morning about fifteen miles School Books Depository for Arizona Wholesale and Retail The H. H. McNeil Co. Everything for the Schools Phoenix, Arizona Telephone 2971- north of Phoenix on the Cave Creek road, when he was thrown from the horse and his shoulder dislocated. As soon as possible he was placed in a wagon and brought to town, arriving early last evening. Dr. Dodsworth re duced the dislocation and Mr. Davies is now resting as comfortably as could be expected. But a fifteen mile ride in a big wagon on a hot day and with one's joints tied in a hard knot is an experience not to be soon forgotten CAMP MEETING. The. camp meet ing of the M. E. Church South is in progress, and very profitable meetings are being held. PEARY RELIEF EXPEDITION. Frank Baxter, Frank Meador and Ed Metcalf left about 5 o'clock last even ing for somewhere, probably the north pole, though they did not say so. They were in fact utterly uncommunicative, though they talked freely. They called attention to their fine outfit and equip ment for a long and interesting jour ney, but gave no hint whether it was an invasion of the desert or an explo ration of some unknown mountain fastness. They are the best natured and most sociable bunch that ever sub mitted to close cross-questioning and reportorial sweating, without leaking a thing. Their outfit filled a two horse wagon, drawn by a team of athletif. broad-shouldered and weli-groomed mules. Beside the three adventurers the wagon contained everything from a canteen to a folding bed, and at least one cf the canteens is known to have been filled with water. It has been suggested that the expedition Is for the relief of Lieutenant Peary. DIED ON THE DESEIIT.-In the San Bernardino correspondence cf the Los Angeles Herald appears the fol lowing: Coroner Thompson returned last evening from a trip to the desert, near Needles, where he went to hold an Inquest on the remains cf an aged German, supposed to be L. T. Barg man. Ten days ago Bargman drove down to the Colorado river from the Arizona side and was ferried across to Needles. He said he was from Pres cott, Ariz., and was bound for San Ber nardino, where he formerly lived. It is presumed that Bargman was over come with heat after he left Needles, and was unable to keep his mules In the road. The team wandered from the highway and traveled up an isolated arroyo until It could go no further. Some men found the team and wagon Sunday. The mules had been without water for a number cf days, and wer almost dead. After a short search Bargman's body was found some dis tance from the wagon. The remains were badly decomposed. The only sign of identification found on the dead man was the name "L. T. Bargman, Yava pai county, Arizona." Seme addressed envelopes to "E. M. Albertson, Pres cott, Arizona." were found In the clothes of the dead man. GLOBE SIGHTS. (From the Atchison Globe.) The devotion a father has for a, cross habv in its second summer Is acquired: it is not natural. When a woman falls sick her hus band never throws enough anxiety in his voice In talking about It. In the hope of baffling th? ihlggeis. an Atchison woman will call a lawn party she will shortly give a "fete." We have read a good deal of poetry about the wooing of the goddess Sleep, and suppose that when a man snore3 that means that he has won her. We do not begrudge the chigger and fiea an occasional meal, but we do think we should have the right of pick ing out where they shall sit at the table. A man is well enough trained by his wife if he parses the breast of the chicken to the preacher, and look3 pleasant with the back bone on his own plate. If you lie awake nights, and there is a mule in your neighborhood, you will often hear him give a kick that would seem to send out half the side of barn. We envy the mule: he can kick as hard as he wants to; others can't. The attention of those who worry over the sanation o the Hottentots is called to the arrest of three young boys in Atchison yesterday for stealing. On the same day five babies, the eld est twelve, were arrested in Kansas City for burglary. The Hottentots should really excuse us while we at tend to our troubles at home. How people love to pick on the boys! Girls read objectionable books without interruption, but when a wave of mo rality sweeps over the country the wo men decide that "Huckleberry Finn" is not good for the boys. The next thing they will be declaring against Grape nuts. "There is only one time when a wo man Is proud of her age," says the phil osopher who gives out marriage licenses in Kansas City, "and that is when she is marrying a ir.an much old er than herself." LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION. A New York newspaper notes that in the Fourth congress district of Penn sylvania in 1900 the repuolican vote was 5fi,600, and in the Fifth district 45,100, a total of over 100,000, while at the same election the tctal vote of South Caro lina was 50,812, of Mississippi 22,635 and of Nevada 10,206, a total of 83,703 for the three states. In other words, on a smaller popular vote these three states had fifteen representatives in the lower branch of congress, against two from the Pennsylvania districts mentioned. Evidently there still is .large room for improvement in the matter of legisla tive representation, as it is practiced in the United States. Philadelphia Bu! letl:i. NUGGETS FROM GEORGIA. Riches not only take wings, but everything else it kin git its han's on. Ef poverty is a blessin", riches must sho' be a whole campmeetln', wid hal lelujah come down. We 'bleege to take de worl ez we find it; but de trouble is, some er us want to take to much at one time. Some folks tries so hard ter be happy dat w'en happiness comes dey's all worn out, en too weak to enjoy It. De poor you has always wid you: kaze w'en de poor sets down ter a good dinner he feel too comfortable ter quit WINGS AND FEET. Wings fcr the angels, but feet for 'men! We borrow the wings to find the way We may hope, and resolve, and rut-' pire, and pray, But our feet must rise, or we fall again Bjxton Compeurvy Packers gnd Shippers Salt River Valley Fruits, Vegetable. Poiltry, Cheese, Butter, Eggs. Honey Highest Cash Prices Paid Cor. 4th St. and Washing ton. Investors Attention STOP AND THINK if this is not the opportune time to buy property In Phoenix and tHe Salt River Valley. New Railroad Assured. Reservoir Assured. Statehood Assured. Wake up nnd invest now, nnd double your money in a few months. We have the most complete list of property for sale in Phoenix and vicin ity. Some great property bargains. Weirick & Latham 47 North Center Street Phone 2201 Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. LATEST KNOX SAILOR Yonr only opportunity to buy a genuine Ladies' Rough Straw KNOX SAILOR FOR Reduced From $4.00 On Sale This Week Only McDOugall&Cassou . Exclusive Haberdashers, Next door to Santa Fe R. R. Office. A NEW LINE OF MOULDINGS For Picture Eraming and Mats to Match, just re ceived at ART and CURIO SHOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. TIVOLI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLIB Incorporated June 18, 1002 Is open to members and their guests only. For membership see either of the directors, William Widmer, presi dent; Ed Kuppert. vice president, or Robert F. Doll. Alex RWeinstein, A. R. McCalmley, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-half miles east, on Tempe road. J. II. W. JENSEN, Treasurer, Secretary and Steward. GET NEXT TO YOURSELF And come to us If you want the best shoes in the town for your money: We have the largest ass.:i tsiv-vt. ihe best lines and necessarily the best st ylrs. You will find us at the oldest exclusive Shoe Store in Pivx-vlx. H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. 8 w- w.hin8tum st. 3 JL JLXUIAI, i New Brick House, four rooms and bathroom and sirltr'hpn , s SI0.00 Per Month I jAMZONA BUILDING CO., 219 Fleming Block. E. A. Spaulding Real Estate Loans Investment Securities I sell stock in some of panies in the Southwest. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postoffice I EXTRA! For a Few Days We Will Sell 100 cwt. Spuds $1.60 6 Borax Soap 25c C bars Our Finest Soap 23c 7 bars Arizona Borax Soap 2Zc 1 dozen Lemons, 13c; 2 dozen 23c 4 pounds Nice Cooking Apples 25c 17 pounds Sugar $1.00 1 pound Chase & Sanborn Coffee 35c The best in the city. Get a ticket on our life-size pictures we give away free. Pafford's Cash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone 2555. IEZ3EKJ PHOENIX BAKERY BREA D A loaf of our Bread will please you and do you good. It's a body builder. It satisfies that a hungry feeling wltich affects the vigorous; it tones wie ayyeiuc And builds muscular tissues; It is sweet and wholesome, the best 5 cents worth you ever bought. Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery EDWARD EISELE, Prop. 7 West Washington Street Established 1881 'Phcne 891 Walter Kill & Co. Third Ave. and Jackson St. Wholesale Fruit and Produce Storage Most Convenient Warehouse in the City. A woman always tells whether a man is a gentleman by the way he dresses, and whether a woman is a lady by the way she doesn't dress. New York Press. ..Talbot , HARRY BRISIFY Send Us Your Mail Orders Our sodas are made properly and ice cream and up-to-date Ice Cream neat and clean. HANNA & West Washington St. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. To Be Given "We now have on exhibition the handsome runabout road wagon to be given away by the Phoenix Shoe Co. Call and look at It. We have the best assorted stock in Arizona. Clark-Pratt Vehicle Co. CBSEB235XS22 3EX3Z2Q 118 NORTH CENTER STREET iVloHtt & Undertakers MRS. H. S. DALSON, Lady Attendant COFFEE Al'S.? L,i,tte THe Only RESTAU RAN T With Cold Storage. Sherbets Ice Cream Home Made Pastry Lunches and Banquets Served ""-HiOTfHPflfM THE GREATEST TOKEN OF FRIENDSHIP a choice bouquet of roses. Just call and leave your order. Hill's Seed House S 17 West Adams, Phoenix Phone 271L 4? 4? J& and other things for comfort at J& JZ? Hubbard' s HOTEL ADAMS also ice cold. "We have :ilso t:.n fin- t Parlor in the city. i:v.-r ihir:g r.. .v, MUNSON Phcne 3091 Have You Caught On To the fact that we ar l.alv.s ; ..-; line? If i,it you want :. nroure y-u:r sleeping ambition. Ycu :! Ii.slr.ir money by not pntrnnizins a lir-t Lis firm. All kinds of expert rtpairir.s u specialty with us. A sums fr th Smith Premier Typewriter. Nr.ti'Mi.il Cash Register company. DietxM 1 S:if and Lock company. Climax New Pro cess Acetylene Gas Generator. E. M. DEPEW CD. CO. No. 37 North First avenue. Telephone 1V.C. Away South First Street Opposite Fire Station. TLLEPHONE 7917 7 EasterHng and Embalmers 233 Lausiui y Don't think that because ymi do r have a large bundle every v.f k w ! rot want your work. Just lit us k ,v. and we will get jour bundle no m.iti.r how small. Yours for good work and .in:. t . -livery. Arizona Laundry Adams and Third Sts. Telephone 391 THE MODEL GROCERY Always ready to serve the people with the bst the mar ket affords. Everything new and clean. When la trouble give u trial. Prompt delivery. Opposite from Hotel Adams Cur Sneeialtv. FRUIT, POULTRY I. ". 14.. X V M1TAN! VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS WD SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and E. Washington Sts. pAQE!l!X, kUKU. i